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Although films about the American West depict coyotes as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills, in reality these gregarious creatures live in stable groups that occupy the same territory for long periods.
(A) films about the American West depict coyotes as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills
(B) in films about the American West coyotes are depicted to be solitary animals that howl mournfully on the tops of distant hills
(C) coyotes are depicted as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills in films about the American West
(D) films about the American West depict coyotes as if they were solitary, mournfully howling animals on the tops of distant hills
(E) films about the American West depict coyotes to be solitary and mournfully howling animals on the tops of distant hills
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New post 16 Jul 2005, 17:03
A is fine..

B has problems identifying the subject
C changes the meaning saying that they only howl in films
D uses if
E changes meaning also.
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I will go with C...

somehow in A it seems the subject is american films?

but C does sound a bit passive....

lets hear better explanations on A and C?
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C is wrong.

the prepositional phrase in films about the American West has been misplaced. It seems to indicate that cayotes only howl in films.

A and B are close except in terms of idiom usage?

Is it depicted to be or depicted as?

I think it is depicted as some type rather than depicted to be (state of being).
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New post 17 Jul 2005, 09:06
I c what you mean...

I think the idiom is depticed as...

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fresinha12,

C is wrong.

the prepositional phrase in films about the American West has been misplaced. It seems to indicate that cayotes only howl in films.

A and B are close except in terms of idiom usage?

Is it depicted to be or depicted as?

I think it is depicted as some type rather than depicted to be (state of being).
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The fight between A and C... I see it again.

Guys..the OA is A
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New post 20 Jul 2005, 08:51
Picked C originally, but thanks to Ritesh, I can see why I am wrong. A is also active, and yes, C does change the meaning of the sentence, besides C uses the passive voice
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riteshgupta1 wrote:

C is wrong.

the prepositional phrase in films about the American West has been misplaced. It seems to indicate that cayotes only howl in films.

i agree.

in C, it does not say who is depicting the coyotes. In addition, as riteshgupta1 mentioned, C implies coyotes only howl in films.
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